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There's only one database for PR. Go to google.com and type in www.yourdomain.com and then click the Google Category your site is listed in. You will see the PR listed beside it.
However, it has changed back to the old index now. As Brett said ... thanks for the peek Google! You made my day! Now I can go teach the kiddies to sail in a VERY good mood!!!
Across a variety of sites and a number of keyword phrases I am seeing no changes what so ever, all sites that usually enjoy their monthly update.
We have #1s that are still #1s (ok thats fine) but we also have one that hasnt budged a bit from #142. Changes over a month old havent been included - hence I guess why the position is unchanged.
Anyone seeing similar results? Perhaps they reversed things before I got to the party!!
If I looked for x y "Seattle" for example, hoping to find an x of type y in Seattle, I got tons of real estate firms in Seattle and other things having to do with Seattle but not too much having to do with x or y.
Didn't have much time to look into it more but had enough time to figure out it was pretty messed up.